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  • Eigenen Post "liken"

    tkaiser - - Off-Topic

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    Deichkind muß man live erleben. Und so nah wie möglich. Das erste mal in Wien leider nur aus der Distanz mitbekommen. Das letzte mal in München mit 'nem Mädel, die alles und jeden kennt, direkt vor der Bühne im VIP-Bereich gelandet. Unfaßbar gaga!

  • Internal SD Card Odroid HC2

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from Wdavery: “The only case it would be worse off is if you had 30GB or so full and there was only 2Gb left to wear level with. ” IMO there's two different things here to consider - size of the card (partitioning irrelevant). If you have exactly the same write pattern an 8GB card will wear out 4 times faster than a 32 GB card - SD card using all the available space (99%-100% fs full). Now if the card's controller is bad at wear leveling and garbage collection most likely your SD card beco…

  • Quote from JohnStiles: “Kernel compatibility with SD card. I have not heard about it ” Three areas: - u-boot: when having to use a horribly outdated vendor bootloader (does not apply to any OMV/Armbian image since we're using mainline but to the majority of all the other ARM images out there) there can be compatibility issues that need patches/fixes. I can't recall this being a problem with SD cards but with rather similar eMMC modules where the code is only ready for MMC version 4.x and as such…

  • Eigenen Post "liken"

    tkaiser - - Off-Topic

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    Ach, diese dämliche Likerei ist doch nur deshalb Bestandteil aller Foren geworden, weil's (a)sozialen Netzwerken nachempfunden ist. Am Besten einfach ignorieren und auch das eigene Handeln nicht an "Likes" oder "Downvotes" orientieren sondern an dem, was man selbst für richtig hält Ich würd mir ja eher Filter wünschen, damit ich gewisse Leute (siehe gilfaddict) ausblenden kann. In diesem Sinne youtube.com/watch?v=OVvHj1FLCn4

  • Why is my HDD waking up?

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from FabrizioMaurizio: “Do you happen to know what is the factory spindown time for the pine64 adapter? ” No idea. And even if I would tell numbers here forum.armbian.com/topic/5098-mini-review-rock64-sata-cable/ who knows whether current SATA cables ship with same firmware/settings? The more you think about USB attached storage the worse it gets

  • Why is my HDD waking up?

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from FabrizioMaurizio: “I've asked on the pine64 forum if their usb to sata works with hdparm but I've got no answer. @tkaiser I noticed you reviewed it, can you please tell me if hdparm works as intended with it? ” No idea since this always depends on the firmware of such USB-to-SATA bridges (see the spindown hassles ODROID HC1/HC2 have/had which also rely on JMS578). Maybe you need to flash a different firmware? But if I understand correctly your problem is your disks spinning up while t…

  • Quote from olahaye74: “you only see messages like check your power supply, use good SD card, try reboot and more fancy answers or simple RTFM ” All of those except 'try reboot' are good advice since usually with SBC it's simply bad powering (most often the cable between PSU and board being the culprit and not the PSU itself), bad or counterfeit SD card or people skipping the 2 minutes to read installation instructions at the download page. All the countless issues you brought up except one are n…

  • Quote from JeffMD: “~10Mbytes a second despite both devices wired to the same router ” Gigabit Ethernet uses two cable pairs so if one direction is fast and the other not, try to exchange the cable first (or switch the direction if you don't have another cable yet). Also change the switch port (if your router seems to be GbE capable its network ports are usually provided by a switch and not a hub). Trial&error at the lowest network layer is always the first and cheapest you can do... Then testin…

  • Crashing

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from omarius: “what do you mean by overload? ” You can't 'overload' a Linux system. And you can't run a Linux reliably on insufficient hardware. The usual problems with SBC are hardware and/or settings related. The two most favorite problems are underpowering and SD card hassles and then sometimes images run with silly defaults (like overclocked DRAM for no reason). Since you're using an ARM image providing the output from armbianmonitor -u might help.

  • Crashing

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from omarius: “what is the "a1"? and how does it relate to "class 1 - 10"? ” github.com/ThomasKaiser/Knowle…_and_A2_rated_SD_cards.md

  • Can't login to complete install RPi 3 b+

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from aurel f: “first login with admin and pass openmediavault (terminal pi) ” Impossible. You can only login with admin in the web interface. At the local console only root would be possible. Which doesn't change a bit that all you need is to read the readme.txt at the download location sourceforge.net/projects/openm…/Raspberry%20Pi%20images/ and follow the steps that are written there! Connect the board to network (working Internet connection!), fire it up, wait for the automatic reboot, …

  • Quote from olahaye74: “ntfs is perfectly supported by OMV and works flawlessly ” Nope. Too tired to repeat myself over and over again so just a quick answer for a potential forum or web search - representation of filesystem metadata (so called alternate data streams). Mismatch between NTFS's own implementation and the way OMV's filesharing daemons will do it (Samba, Netatalk, NFS, whatever FTP daemon OMV uses -- no idea) - encodings (UTF-16/UCS-2 vs. UTF-8) - permission model (POSIX stuff and Un…

  • Quote from mdr: “It seems there are some developments at Armbian ” Please note also forum.armbian.com/topic/8451-h…u4hc1hc2-armbian-stretch/

  • Quote from tkaiser: “But all of this should happen automagically on first boot and I would be really interested whether it still works that way or not (so if you test again please also report whether this happens or not) ” Remembered wrong. Automatic updates at first boot only on RPi image.

  • Quote from Adoby: “Yes. Before I did any installs or configurations. ” But all of this should happen automagically on first boot and I would be really interested whether it still works that way or not (so if you test again please also report whether this happens or not) Edit: remembered wrong. Automatic updates at first boot only on RPi image.

  • Quote from Adoby: “I'll do a new install on a HC2 tonight, I'll look especially for what kernel is running after the initial install (and after a reboot, for good meaasure) ” Would be great if you could then post armbianmonitor -u output.

  • Quote from budpad: “Are you sure, that this does work? ” Not sure wrt kernel ('Armbian headquarters' just recently rolled out a totally unnecessary kernel update for XU4 just to revert it days after I had to waste my time for complaints). But since @Adoby tested recently it should work that way. Today you should end up with OMV 4.1.19-1 and a kernel 4.14 on XU4/HC1/HC2.

  • Quote from budpad: “So best and easiest way is to simply install busybox via apt install busybox and that's it? ” Please try it out and report back.

  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “The only thing I can do is add it to the plugin's depends list for that architecture (since it isn't needed for x86 from what I have seen) ” If this results in busybox getting installed when cryptsetup gets installed by the plugin and this fixes the issue... sure!

  • Quote from budpad: “Just found out, that it could be because of the LUKS plugin? ” Sure. The solution has been posted already in this thread: apt install busybox So maybe the LUKS plugin should also install the cryptsetup package's recommends (like busybox)? Since I never dealt with those plugins maybe @ryecoaaron knows?